|Temples And Peace 1937 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Reel 1 is missing. Reel 2, artifacts of mound building Indians are displayed in the Alabama Museum of Natural History at Tuscaloosa: pottery, stone and shell ornaments, arrow heads, flints, and bone awls, needles, and fish hooks. Human and animal skeletons are reconstructed. Broken pottery is pieced together. CCC units excavate and reconstruct mounds in the Mounds State Park.National Archives Identifier: 11635Local Identifier: 48.3Creator(s): Department of the Interior...
Keywords: Alabama Museum of Natural History; Archaeology; Civilians; Indian craft; Motion pictures; Living New Deal
|Emergency Conservation Work At Mesa Verde, 1934 48.37 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
CCC men work on roads and trails, quarry building stone with a pneumatic drill, transplant trees, copy pottery, repair ruins at Far View House, and inspect ancient relics. Includes views of the cliff dwellings.National Archives Identifier: 11668Local Identifier: 48.37* Creator(s): Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures. (? - ?) (Most Recent)* From: Series : Motion Picture Film Documentation of the Diverse Activities of the Department of the Interior, compiled 1916 - 1976* Record...
Keywords: Architecture; Civilians; Indian antiquities; Mesa Verde National Park (Colo.); Motion pictures; Living New Deal
|NASA KSNN - The Zero - NASA; Langley Research Center|
NASA Kids Science News segment explaining the zero and how it works.
Keywords: NASA; KSNN; Mathmetician; Zero; Mayans; Negative Numbers; Multiply; Addition; Indian; Numbers; Symbols
|Rebuilding Indian Country 1933 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Reel 1, maps show the origin and history of the American Indian. Modern Indians work in Wisconsin's lumber industry, keep watch for forest fires, and clear bushes in the forest. Includes a close-up of a Delaware Indian treaty. Reel 2, Chippewa Indians make fishnets. Indians work on roads with tractors, picks, and shovels, stand in line at a field kitchen, engage in native handicrafts, and spear salmon on the Columbia River...
Keywords: Canning and preserving; Church buildings; Civilians; Colombia; Fishing; Highway construction; Hospitals; Indian craft; Indian dance; Indians of North America; Motion pictures; Navajo Indians; Ojibwa Indians; Pima Indians; Roads; Rodeos; Schools; Sheep; Living New Deal
|Indian Countdown (from Drive-In Movie Ads)|
Category: Drive-In Movie Ads Title: Indian Countdown (from Drive-In Movie Ads) Length- :39 Sound: Yes Color Description: Short countdown clips used in between ad films during a drive-in intermission keeping customers updated when the next feature would start. This is an animated Indian theme series. The countdown starts 7 but is complete to 1. No modifications have been made to the clips other than cropping...
Keywords: color; film; drive-in; movie; ad; advertisement; Indian; native; american; countdown; animation; stereotype
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|New York, Pennsylvania, Gettysburg, Chickamauga And Moundsville, Alabama State Parks, 1936 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Shows Chickamauga State Park in Georgia and Gettysburg State Park in Pennsylvania. Guides show tourists over the Civil War battlefields. Archeologists dig up Indian relics and skeletons at an ancient Indian village and burial ground at Moundsville, Ala., measure an exhumed skull with calipers, and study unearthed Indian pottery and basketwork. Shows Indian relics in a museum. CCC youths work in North Park and in Clark Forest State Park...
Keywords: American Civil War; 1861-1865; Archaeology; Civilians; Gettysburg (Pa.); Hiking; Indian antiquities; Motion pictures; Picnicking; Swimming; Living New Deal
|Cradle Of The Father Of Waters 1938 - Department of the Interior. Division of Motion Pictures|
Shows Minnesota lakes at the head waters of the Mississippi River. CCC men work in Itasca Lake State Park and in Scenic State Park. Pageants re-create the days of the Indians and backwoodsmen with log cabins, covered wagons, stockades, and Indian wigwams. Includes views of Indians on a reservation, picnickers in a park, and a CCC camp.National Archives Identifier: 11652Local Identifier: 48.20Creator(s): Department of the Interior...
Keywords: Civilians; Indian reservations; Indians of North America; Minnesota; Mississippi; Motion pictures; Picnicking; United States; Living New Deal
|Break Through Profiles Of Scientists Of Color - Blackslide|
"...profiles of three scientists of color whose work in computer science and mathematics has taken them to positions of importance...All...discuss their work, their lives and the journey...in an important area of science and technology...Valerie Taylor, Richard Tapia, Freda Porter-Locklear"
Keywords: vhs; Valerie Taylor; computer science; African-American; Northwestern University; Richard Tapia; mexican-American; applied mathematics; Rice University; Freda Porter-Locklear Lumbree-Indian Pembroke; Pembroke State University